2020 BROOME ART TRAIL PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
Below are all of the artists participating in the Broome Art Trail of 2020! Over 100 local artists will be showing their work across Broome County throughout 30+ venues and artists studios on October 3rd and 4th, 10am to 4pm each day. Maps are available at multiple locations across Broome County – call our offices if you’d like to pick some up!
If the artist has a website or a social media account, you can visit it by clicking on the art thumbnail above their name!
Live demonstrations are indicated underneath the venue names.
SITE 1: Phelps Mansion Museum
SITE 2: KNOW Theatre
SITE 3: Artisan Gallery
SITE 4: Orazio Salati Studio
Fern Pritikin Lynn
Aprons from Recycled Ties
SITE 5: Cooperative Gallery 213
Betsy Jo Williams will be creating block prints and sculpture both days of the Art Trail.
Betsy Jo Williams
SITE 6: Parlor City Arts
SITE 7. Muckle’s Ink
SITE 8: Peterson’s Tavern
Please note: Peterson’s Tavern is no longer participating in the 2020 Broome Art Trail.
SITE 9: Roberson Museum & Science Center
Jewelry, Ceramics, and Fiber
SITE 10: Roberson Clayworks
Both days, all day
“Clayworks pottery fund raising sale and studio open house“
SITE 11: Sam Russo’s Wood Shop
Saturday Oct 3rd 11:00AM a bowl, 1:30PM a rolling pin.
Sunday Oct 4th 11:00AM a rolling pin, 1:30PM a bowl.
“From a locally sourced solid piece of hardwood, I will form, using a Lathe and Hand Tools, a small bowl, and a French style rolling pin. Each demonstration should last about 30 minutes. All NYS Guide lines will be followed.”
SITE 12: Diane Lia Studio
Diane Lia Pottery – Throwing on the wheel, out of doors under a tent
“Along with my outdoor shed that will serve as my gallery, I will have a popup tent where I will demonstrate throwing pottery on a wheel.”
SITE 13: Crocker Hill Woodworks
Tom Homa and Warren Alpaugh will be happy to demonstrate wooden furniture crafting techniques to studio visitors.
Tom Homa and Warren Alpaugh
SITE 14: Cole Johnson Studio
Cole will be demonstrating his graphite drawing techniques when visitors arrive and express interest.
Large Scale Graphite
SITE 15: Endicott Performing Arts Center (EPAC)
SITE 16: Renaissance Studios
Due to NYS COVID Restrictions for Tattoo Studios, Renaissance Studios cannot participate and are appointment only for the safety of their staff and patrons. You can follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RenaissanceNY/
SITE 17: Equinox Press
Printmaking, Relief printing on Canvas Shopping Bags
SITE 18: Endicott Visitor’s Center
SITE 19: Endicott Meeting Room
SITE 20: Grapevine Cafe
Merri J. Markovitch
SITE 21: Binghamton Brewing Company
SITE 22: FASST – Area 51 Art Studio and Gallery
SITE 23: Frank Longo Originals; Jewelry & Art Gallery
SITE 24: Rich Nolan Woodworking
Town of Maine
SITE 25: Janet W. Bowers Museum
SITE 26: 1845 One-Room Schoolhouse
SITE 27: Vestal Museum
28. Nealy Van Dyke Studio
SITE 29: Saving Grace Art Center
Triangle Quilt Guild
SITE 30: The Meeting Place
SITE 31: Picadilly Lane
Live Demonstration: Caren Madden will be doing small paintings of some sort while on site.
Caren L Madden
SITE 32: Whitney Point Mary Wilcox Memorial Library
Live Demonstration: Anna Warfield
A marathon work session for a new sculpture where the artist challenges herself to complete a large scale text based work across the weekend.
SITE 33: La Due Guitars
Live Demonstration: Kevin La Due
Carving guitar top and back bracing and voicing tops, carving guitar necks. These particular parts of guitar making are invariably fascinating to viewers.
SITE 34: Windsor Community House
Knights of Art